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Sparkler Exit at Your Wedding Venue

Sparkler Exit

Wedding exit traditions have included everything from the release of doves to tossing rice on the newlyweds. Couples are always seeking ways to make their wedding day a little different and create new traditions along the way. The latest wedding trend involves something a little more festive. Keep reading to discover how to create an unforgettable sparkler exit at your wedding venue.

A Wedding Venue with a Sparkler Exit

Not every wedding venue can create the memorable sparkler exit from the magazine. Some venues have sparkler restrictions or only allow the use of sparklers in designated areas. If you want to make your wedding exit the grand finale with an impressive show, it is important that you choose the right wedding venue to make it happen. Regardless of whether you choose to walk beneath a saber arch of sparklers or dodge a storm of rice, the location of the exit will largely impact the experience.

Sparkler Exit

Location and Aesthetic for the Wedding Exit

Stepping out a back door is not always the best way to make the grand exit. Making the moment a perfect memory requires the perfect backdrop. If you are planning a sparkler wedding exit, consider the time of day and the location. The time of day will make a difference in how the sparklers are experienced and captured with your wedding photography.

Coordinating a Sparkler Exit at the Wedding Venue

A wedding coordinator can be essential to the success of an event where timing is everything. Getting your lengthy guest list lined up with their sparklers in hand to be lit and raised at the precise moment for the grand exit can be challenging without one. Do not risk having half the line missing or still fumbling to light the sparklers at the moment of the grand exit.

Wedding Coordinator

A wedding coordinator will see to the success of the sparkler exit at your wedding venue, and make sure it is the unforgettable event you planned. A coordinator usually creates two rows of guests on each side to form an aisle, depending on the size of your wedding. Their most important function is managing the clock. Every sparkler must be lit at the same moment, and will only stay lit for a limited period of time before they fizzle and fade. The timing of the lighting and exit must be coordinated with precision. Make sure your wedding venue has a wedding coordinator to assist, if you are planning this type of exit.

Crystal Ballroom on the Lake

Crystal Ballroom on the Lake

Crystal Ballroom on the Lake is an all-inclusive wedding venue with professional wedding designers, planners and wedding coordinators to make your dream wedding and the magical exit come true. Dance on a cloud and experience cool sparklers during your reception, and make an unforgettable exit beneath a saber arch of dazzling sparklers. Step into the design studio and plan your wedding day from the entrance to the exit with the wedding professionals at Crystal Ballroom.


We invite you to discover the
Crystal Ballroom difference found in the unparalleled elegance and uniqueness written into the design of each of our venues. The themes are as limitless as your imagination.

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